A centre for collaborating and co-creating opportunities for personal growth and well-being.


Harbour House Yoga is proud to have a tribe of incredible women, each with their own strengths & skills to ensure that you have an inspiring & transformative experience with us.

Yvette has her 200 hr Sattva YTT, is certified in Children's yoga and is certified in Reiki Level 1 & 2. Her interests include earth sciences, esoterics, holistic nutrition, self healing, sound therapy, reflexology, astrology and astronomy.


She has been married for 24 years, has four children and loves to practice yoga, meditation and sound healing.



Jen Siyo-Wing is a 200 Hour yoga teacher from Edmonton, AB. She took her teacher training under the guidance of Rameen Peyrow at the Sattva School of Yoga back in March of 2015, and has dedicated herself to facilitating space to allow for healing, grounding, and movement.


She loves the simple comforts of sharing a mobile home with her partner, enjoying a hike through nature, or sipping on a spicy cup of chai.

Jen’s mission is to engage others through energetic movement, yoga, breathe work, and meditation while providing the tools needed for natural self healing.



Amanda completed her 200 hour RYT  through Brahmanda School of Yoga in Victoria.


Being raised in Peachland and now living in Kelowna, she has a sole connection to the local community and is committed to presuing a life long practice, dedicated to healing others through breath and movement.


To further her passion and education within this line of work, Amanda is going to school to achieve her diploma in Applied Psychology and Counselling.



Mary is from Calgary Alberta where she completed her RYT 200hr Training and taught Yoga in

schools and the downtown community.


Learning from a variety of incredible teachers and practicing asana, pranayama and meditation has allowed Mary to live with more compassion and

connection with herself and others.


Teaching has always been a part of Mary’s life and she is grateful to have the opportunity to share her knowledge of mindfulness and wellbeing with her

students. It is essential that yoga is accessible to all so props and modifications are encouraged

in her classes.


Mary’s classes help you find balance and restoration in your body and mind and are great for all levels of experience. When not teaching you can find Mary surfing, cooking or

hiking. She loves to travel and learn.



After a career of 20+ years of competitive dance in Japan, she began practicing Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga in 2004 in Japan and Canada. She then, continued her training by graduating from Yoga Tree Teacher Training and finished the Mommy and Baby Yoga course at Yoga Tree (Toronto) in 2016.


Her classes are structured for anyone who wants to explore their yoga journey. 


Yoh is also a mother of two small children. It is her pleasure to support pre-mothers and mothers by sharing her yoga journey as a mother.



Rebekah is a small town girl from the Kootenays who was born and raised in the City of Cranbrook. She moved to Kelowna in 2017 full of a desire for change and personal growth that was met by a community that offered plenty of opportunity for both! Only recently she settled into her new home in Peachland where she is finding herself more content and peaceful than ever.



She took her 200hr YTT training through the North American School of Yoga Science in Kelowna last year which only deepened her love and connection to the practice.  In fact, this particular training was led by the same instructors that had ignited her true love of yoga when she originally arrived in Kelowna. She found the journey through the understanding of traditional Hatha Yoga as a whole to be life-changing, beautiful, and at times, very intense. Rebekah plans to combine a strong and supported physical asana practice with different styles of Pranayama and meditation practices. She hopes to weave these together to offer a refreshing light-humoured approach to yoga while maintaining a traditional intention and focus. 



While Rebekah is still new to teaching practice she is dedicated to learning and growing so that she may continue to cultivate her instructing style. She intends to bring forward the true gifts she has felt from her own yoga practice to her students. 


Rebekah Quennell

Jen's background is based solely in tourism, hospitality and customer service. Upon moving to Peachland, BC in 2016, Jen worked for the Peachland Chamber of Commerce and the Peachland Visitor Centre. Since becoming the Manager of Harbour House, she is now well on her way to becoming a yogi. 



Born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta Ainsley eventually made her way to Vancouver in her late teen's where she was introduced to Hatha Yoga.


After more than a decade she danced with many different studios and yoga styles as a student. Life eventually landed her back in her home city where she then was introduced and fell in love with Sattva yoga.


Craving for life on the west coast again  she made it back to British Columbia, this time in the Okanagan, making a pit stop in Vancouver first to complete her 200 hr YTT with Oxygen.


Excited to embark on this next chapter in her yoga adventure by teaching making yoga practice accessible to all, as we all start somewhere.


Passionate about inspiring others to live a healthy balanced lifestyle with regular yoga practice that has always been a driving force of self care with in her own life. The art of teaching is the work you do on yourself -Ram Dass



Haida's first experiences of yoga and meditation were in the living room of her childhood home in Kelowna, practicing with her mom.


Throughout the course of Haida's life as a formally trained dancer, artist, and school teacher, yoga has been her meditation in motion; a dynamic and healing way to express herself through movement.

Since her initial 200HR certification in 2012, Haida has completed trainings in vinyasa and mindfulness meditation, as well as with Rainbow Kids Yoga and Feelosophy.

Drawing on her background in education, mental health, and neuroscience, she has a special interest in trauma-informed and restorative practice as she studies toward completing her 500HR advanced yoga teacher certification.

In Haida's classes, you can expect fluid, deliberate sequences paired with supportive cues for enhancing body awareness and deepening rest. Haida aims to offer each class as an inclusive and accessible opportunity for you to cultivate your well-being through breath, movement, and relaxation.



Having used yoga and mindfulness to manage her own chronic illness, it became clear to Miranda that she could use her years of experience in Psychology to support others on their path in the studio while continuing to heal. She had no idea the value and clarity she would eventually find at the shores of the 8 Limbs of Yoga.


On the mat, Miranda offers classes for everyone regardless of ability or shape as she integrates evidence-based techniques and knowledge together with compassionate cuing and touch.


Miranda spends the rest of her time trying to catch her Golden Retreiver puppy as they soak up as much outdoor time as possible. 



Yoga Alliance E-RYT 200, RYT 500; Sacred Money Archetypes Coach; International Association of Women in Business Coaching Member.


Angela is passionate about helping women and men develop healthy bodies, clear minds, and joyful spirits. She believes yoga meets you where you are.

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